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Looks great if you can put more time and effort into cable management.
Price is a good middle-ground between the high-end M1/A4's and the plastic Silverstone/Coolermaster ITX cases.
Cable management isn't too bad, but I would never use an ATX PSU with this - go SFX, and mount it with an ATX-to-SFX adapter plate. Flat PSU cables can fit through the gaps easily with the space you're saving by going with SFX.
Like most ITX cases, I'd also recommend using this with a blower-style card. An open air cooler may cause overheating as it recirculates hot air back into the case, especially if it's a wider card. If you're stuck with open air, Raijintek will be selling vented aluminum panels to replace the glass.
The newer version of this case has a removable bracket near the front of the case that allows for a 240mm AIO cooler to fit comfortably without having to bend the tubes.
I've configured mine with 3 intake fans (so that air is leaving via the blower GPU, PSU, and gap between the glass side panels, reducing the amount of dust entering the case through the gaps) with no ill effects.